British Cassis 500ml Boxed

British Cassis 500ml Boxed

by British Cassis


White Heron’s Award Winning Cassis. Rich. Gloriously Dark. Sumptuous.’

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    White Heron’s Award Winning Cassis. Rich. Gloriously Dark. Sumptuous.’


    8.5cm x 8.5cm

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    Sweet at first taste, with an irresistibly sharp after-kick, our original British Cassis is the perfect complement to sparkling wine, delicious 'nude' over ice and decadent in cocktails. Our British Cassis tastes so lovely you can indeed drink it ‘Nude’ – with just ice.It is also a perfect complement in Prosecco and Champagne – add British Cassis to make a ‘ British Royale, and our great product is decadent in cocktails.We make our British Cassis from the blackcurrants grown on our farm here in Herefordshire. It is made in a completely artisan and unique way -unlike the French method of Cassis production we add champagne yeast and a British sugar which causes fermentation and the alcohol is naturally produced, we harvest a specific quantity which is pressed within 24 hourswhich gives our cassis a truly intense blackcurrant flavour, and makes it stand out from others.

    We are very pleased to announce that we have recently also won from The World Drinks Award - The Best Liqueur Bottle Design Shelf life: 2 years.This product contains alcohol.

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    ABV: 15%

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    British Cassis

    Herefordshire, GB